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Collapsis

Collapsis

Collapsis


Collapsis is a band from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Their name can be traced back to an old Dillon Fence song. They can loosely be categorized as late-nineties post-grunge, with melodic vocals and lyrical themes of broken relationships, cautious yearning, and loneliness. They had more of a country influence than many bands in that genre; the instrumentals sounded more like a hybrid of country and pop music than nineties modern rock, although their music was accessible to fans of any of those genres. Read more on Last.fm
Collapsis is a band from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Their name can be traced back to an old Dillon Fence song. They can loosely be categorized as late-nineties post-grunge, with melodic vocals and lyrical themes of broken relationships, cautious yearning, and loneliness. They had more of a country influence than many bands in that genre; the instrumentals sounded more like a hybrid of country and pop music than nineties modern rock, although their music was accessible to fans of any of those genres. They released an EP called Chartreuse in 1999, and gained a significant local following.

That following paid off when they were signed to Cherry Records (a subsidiary of Universal Records). They made one major-label release: Dirty Wake, on February 15, 2000. The lead single from Dirty Wake, "Automatic", received nationwide airplay in the US and peaked on the Billboard Modern Rock charts at #28 in 2000. In 2003, Mike Garrigan became a member of Athenaeum shortly before the band's 2004 breakup; after this he formed the group mg4. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collapsis Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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